Amid strong ratings, has ordered a second season for its hit reality dating competition Finding Prince Charming.

Hosted by Lance Bass, the series features interior designer, Robert Sepulveda Jr. in the first season as the sought-after prince charming who is searching for the man of his dreams. One by one, the suitors are eliminated until Prince Charming chooses one ideal man who wins his heart.

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Finding Prince Charming is in the midst of a hot ratings streak. Its third episode on September 22 was up 22% from its season premiere and up 9% above the previous week, according to Nielsen and Logo. Season to date and across all platforms, Finding Prince Charming has reached 3 million plus viewers. Finding Prince Charming, combined with the solid ratings of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, led Logo to its highest-rated Thursday (September 22)  in network history.

Casting has begun on the new season and viewers will have the chance to influence the new cast. Beginning Thursday, November 3 through Wednesday, November 16, potential suitors can submit a photo or video via hashtag through Instagram or Twitter showing the public why they should have a chance at love on the next season of the dating competition series. On Thursday, November 17, fans will vote from the top potential suitors and the winner will vie for Prince Charming’s heart.

The series is produced by Brian Graden Media with Brian Graden and Dave Mace serving as Executive Producers. Pamela Post and Stevenson Greene serve as Executive Producers and Jen Passovoy as Producer for Logo.